RESOURCES FOR YOUNG ADULTS

This resource list is intended to inform you of most of the mental health programs and services uniquely designed to young adults and/or available to all ages through Sacramento County Behavioral Health Services. Certain eligibility requirements may apply. Services may be listed more than once. If you are in need of diagnostic, medication, or treatment services, which require an authorization, please contact the Sacramento County Access Team at (916) 875-1055 or toll free at 1-888-881-4881.

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COUNSELING SERVICES*

The following organizations provide community-based individual and group therapy to address mental health issues for general or specific community members. *Different than outpatient services

Gender Health Center: Counseling Services

2020 29TH ST., #201, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 455--2391 | WEBSITE

HOURS: By appointment only, no walk-ins

Offers counseling and support groups, as well as healthcare support to Queer and Transgender Communities.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Queer-informed narrative therapy

  • Individual, relational, and family counseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • Queer & Transgender community members. 

  • Queer and Transgender People of Color

  • Open to all ages.

COST

  • Sliding-scale, no one turned away for a lack of funds

  • Insurance not accepted

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Appointment only; Call (916) 455-2391

Sacramento Native American Health Center

2020 J ST., SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 341-0575 | WEBSITE

HOURS: Monday - Friday | 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Opens at 9:30 AM on the first and third Wednesdays of the month) 

Offers a wide variety of behavioral health services and supports to residents of Sacramento, including integrated care; counseling and treatment; and recovery.  

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Mental health counseling 

  • Drug and alcohol counseling

  • Relational-Cultural therapy

  • Traditional healing modalities

  • Grief support

  • Coping and self-care skills building

  • Peer to peer support groups

  • Twelve Step Model (culturally appropriate)

ELIGIBILITY

  • Open to all community members 

COST

  • Sliding-scale

  • Medicare, Medi-Cal

  • Private Insurance (Native Patients)

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call (916) 341-0575

  • The following support groups require registration

    • White Bison 12-Step Recovery Group

    • Healing Our People through Education

    • Anger Management

    • Parenting

    • Batterer’s Intervention,

  • The following support groups are open, and do not require registration

    • Culture is Prevention 

    • Two-Spirit talking circle

    • Yoga for Wellness

Safe Black Space

PHONE: (530) 683-5101 | EMAIL | FACEBOOKWEBSITE

Provides services to people of African ancestry living in Sacramento to address individual and community reactions to cultural and racial trauma. 

SERVICES OFFERED

Community Healing Circles

Supportive and confidential gatherings that help stabilize Black communities experiencing racial crises. Participants share stories and feelings; deepen their understanding of the impact of historical forces and images on their lives; learn about and practice self-care and community care strategies; and identify local resources. 

Emotional Emancipation Circles

Ongoing support groups originated by the Community Healing Network in collaboration with the Association of Black Psychologists to help Black people learn and practice essential emotional wellness skills; and learn how to replace destructive negative thoughts caused by racism with ones that are positive, constructive, and healing. 

ELIGIBILITY

  • People who self-identify as being of African ancestry & who are experiencing racial stress, anxiety, and/or trauma

  • Ages 14+

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Contact via phone or email

Therapeutic Services Focused on the Black and African American Community 

HOURS: Vary by provider

Provides strength-based, culturally responsive therapeutic services to individuals of the Black & African-American community who may be impacted by depression, anxiety and trauma related to systemic racial injustices and repeated traumatic experiences which significantly impact their mental wellbeing. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Trauma Informed Therapy

  • Crisis Intervention and Management

  • Culturally Informed & Responsive Treatment Plans

ELIGIBILITY

  • Black/African American identified residents

  • All ages

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

Reach out directly to a provider to schedule services.

PROVIDERS

ALONDRA THOMPSON, LCSW

1750 Howe Avenue, Suite 280, 

Sacramento, CA 95825

Phone: 916-470-8260 | Website

PATRICE TEVIS, LMFT
2251 Florin Road #29, 

Sacramento, CA 95822

Phone: (916) 217-0934 | Website  

RABIIA ALI, MS, LMFT
1104 Corporate Way, 

Sacramento, CA 95817

Phone: (916) 495-4561 | Website

UC Davis: SacEDAPT/EDAPT CLINICS

PHONE: (916) 734-3574 | WEBSITE

HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Provide early psychosis treatment through a recovery-based treatment approach focusing on reducing and managing symptoms and distress, and improving individuals' ability to achieve success in independent roles. The clinics provide services for 2 years.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Comprehensive psychiatric assessment

  • Medication management

  • Case management & support

  • Individual/family psychoeducation & support groups

  • Multi-family psychoeducation & support groups

  • Supported education & employment

  • Peer & family advocate support

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • If you or someone you know is interested in clinical services through SacEDAPT/EDAPT please contact 916-734-7251.

  • UCD Physicians refer patients via EPIC.

SacEDAPT Clinic

ELIGIBILITY

  • Ages 12-30 

  • Sacramento County residents 

  • Medi-Cal eligible or uninsured

  • Experiencing the symptoms of early psychosis, including:

    • Onset of psychotic symptoms in the past two years

    • Sub-threshold symptoms of psychosis

    • Recent deterioration in youth with a parent/sibling with a psychotic disorder

COST

Medi-cal eligible or uninsured only

EDAPT Clinic

ELIGIBILITY

  • Ages 12-40

  • Experiencing the symptoms of early psychosis, including:

    • Onset of psychotic symptoms in the past two years

    • Sub-threshold symptoms of psychosis

    • Recent deterioration in youth with a parent/sibling with a psychotic disorder

COST

Insurance accepted by the UC Davis Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, or self-pay

WEAVE: Services for Survivors

1900 K ST., SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 920-2952 | WEBSITE

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week (walk-in hours vary)

Provides services and support to survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Domestic violence group vounseling

  • Individual vounseling

  • Couples or gamily vounseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, & sex trafficking

  • Couples or family counseling may be offered based on assessment of safety & needs

 

COST

  • Free or sliding-scale

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call 916-920-2952

  • Walk-Ins

    • ​(English) Tuesday: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM | Wednesday: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    • (English & Spanish) Thursday: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM 

  • Group counseling: Must attend intake assessment

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Programs and Services Flyer

 

CRISIS SERVICES
These services provide mental health support for people with a mental health problem that can’t wait for a regular, scheduled appointment.

California Youth Crisis Line

PHONE: (800) 843-5200 | CHATWEBSITE

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

A statewide emergency response system for youth (12-24) and families in crisis.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Phone Support

  • Crisis intervention counseling

  • Resource referrals

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (12-24) 

COST

Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

​Call for immediate support

Community Support Team

PHONE: (916) 874-6015 | WEBSITE

HOURS: Monday - Friday | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Provide a mobile response to community members experiencing a crisis. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Crisis intervention

  • Mental health assessments and intervention

  • Linkage and/or re‐linkage to treatment providers

  • Linkage to community supports 

  • Follow up care 

  • Peer and/or family support

  • Safety planning

ELIGIBILITY

  • Any Sacramento County resident

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Program Brochure

Crisis Text Line

TEXT: Text HOME to 741741 | WEBSITE | FACEBOOK MESSENGER

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides crisis support for any crisis through text message and Facebook messenger. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Text-based crisis counseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • None

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

Mental Health 24-Hour Crisis Line

PHONE: (888) 881-4881 OR (916) 875-1055 | WEBSITE

Call if you are experiencing a mental health crisis.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Telephone screening assessment

  • Determines service eligibility 

  • Linkage to services

  • Information and referral

ELIGIBILITY

  • Individuals who do not have access to benefits through a private insurance carrier

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

Mental Health Urgent Care Clinic

2130 STOCKTON BLVD., BUILDING 300, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 520-2460 | WEBSITE

HOURS: Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM (Last walk-in: 7:00 PM)

              Saturday, Sunday, & Holidays 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Last walk-in: 5:00 PM)

Provides urgent mental health care to anyone experiencing a mental health and/or a co-occuring substance abuse crisis.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Counseling

  • Crisis interventions

  • Evaluations and assessments

  • Peer and family support

  • Referrals and linkages to community resources

  • Brief medication management services (excluding controlled substances)

ELIGIBILITY

  • Anyone experiencing a mental health and/or co-occurring substance abuse crisis

COST

  • Does not turn anyone away due to a lack of funds

  • Accepts Medi-Cal

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Walk-in (Call to confirm hours)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Program Flyer

Suicide Prevention Line

PHONE: (916) 368-3111 | (800) 273-TALK (8255) | (800) SUICIDE (7842433) | CHAT | WEBSITE

TEXT: Text the word HOPE to (916) 668-iCAN (4226)

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides immediate support to people of all ages who are experiencing depression, hopelessness, loneliness, desperation, and/or are considering suicide. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Suicide prevention crisis phone line

  • Crisis Chat and Texting (not meant for emergent life-threatening situations)

  • Information and Resources

ELIGIBILITY

  • Individuals experiencing depression, hopelessness, alone, desperate, considering suicide

  • Individuals concerned about a friend or loved one who is suicidal

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

The Source Support Line for Youth

PHONE: (916) SUPPORT | (916) 787-7678 | CHAT | FACEBOOKWEBSITE | EMAIL

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides urgent support to resource families and current or former foster youth during times of crisis and struggle.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Urgent crisis support (in-person)

  • Support by phone, text or chat 

  • Case management

  • Mental health services

  • Referrals

  • Respite activities


ELIGIBILITY

  • Families in crisis or struggling

  • Caregivers of foster youth

  • Youth (up to age 26)

  • Current or former foster youth (up to age 26) in crisis or struggling

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

Trans Lifeline

PHONE: (877) 565-8860 | WEBSITE

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides anonymous and confidential support to trans people, and their friends and family.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based peer support 

  • Linkage to resources

  • Microgrants to support trans and nonbinary people

ELIGIBILITY

  • Trans, nonbinary and questioning

  • Friends and family of Trans, nonbinary and questioning people (ask for the Friends/Family hotline when calling)

  • All ages 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for immediate peer support

  • Visit the website for additional resources

Trevor Project Crisis Line

PHONE: (866) 488-7386 | TEXT: TEXT "START" TO 678-678 | CHATWEBSITE

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides crisis support and services to LGBTQ youth through a safe, accepting and inclusive environment over the phone, online and through text.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based crisis intervention and suicide prevention

  • Instant messaging service

  • Text-based support and crisis intervention

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ young people under age 25

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

WEAVE 24-Hour Crisis Line 

1900 K ST., SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 920-2952 | WEBSITE

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Offers immediate intervention and support to survivors of survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Support and information line

  • Immediate intervention and support

  • Help available in 23 languages

ELIGIBILITY

  • Survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

HOMELESS SERVICES

Homeless services provide support to Sacramento County residents experiencing homelessness or housing instability, with or without a mental health condition. Services include housing assistance, peer support, therapy, workshops, crisis counseling and linkage to other services.

 

Waking the Village

PHONE: (916) 601-2979 | WEBSITE

Offers several programs to help Sacramento’s homeless, parenting youth and their children. 

AUDRE'S EMPORIUM OF NEW TOMORROWS

Audre's Emporium of New Tomorrows offers two shared housing sites for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime.

SERVICES OFFERED

Housing for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults

ELIGIBILITY

LGBTQ+ youth and young adults (18-21) that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime

COST

Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

Call for services

SACRAMENTO YOUNG ADULT PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION PROGRAM

SacYAPI supports Youth (12-24) who may be experiencing any kind of housing instability or homelessness.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • System navigation

  • Landlord/roommate mediation

  • Linkage to services

  • Family reunification

  • Application and referral assistance

  • Advocacy

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (12-24) years old

  • Experiencing any kind of housing instability or homelessness

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

THE DOORWAY

The Doorway is a rapid rehousing program funded by HUD and run in partnership with Wind Youth Services.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Offers up to 2 years of housing and support

  • Intensive coaching

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless youth (18-24) that are pregnant and parenting

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

TUBMAN HOUSE

Tubman House provides young parents with a holistic program centered on youth development, strengthening physical & mental health, educational attainment, career development, and financial management so that they leave prepared to be leaders in their own lives & leaders in the lives of their children and community. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24 months of housing and support

  • On-site child development program

  • 24-month action plan

  • Career counseling

  • Linkage to mental health services

ELIGIBILITY

Homeless, parenting youth and their children

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

Wind Youth Services

815 S ST., SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 504-3313 | WEBSITE

HOURS: Monday - Saturday | 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Provides a safe, non-judgmental space for homeless and runaway youth offering a welcoming and age-appropriate environment away from the dangers of the street.

EMERGENCY SHELTER

 

Provides two temporary, low barrier, emergency overnight shelters for youth ages 12-18 and 18-24. 

SERVICES OFFERED​

  • Hot meals

  • Open 365 days a year

  • Counseling

  • Case management

  • Life skills development

  • LGBTQ+ affirming

  • Personal safety

  • Pet friendly

  • Physical and mental health

  • Vital documents

  • Stable housing

  • Crisis management

  • School enrollment and support

  • Organized group activities

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless & runaway youth

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

STREET OUTREACH

The homeless street outreach program in is designed to reach homeless youth where they are, build trusting relationships, and encourages them to access other resources and Wind’s comprehensive case management program, with an overarching goal of moving them from homelessness to a stable living situation. Street Outreach Workers emphasize personal safety and crisis intervention. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Access to shelter

  • Sack lunches

  • Transportation

  • Personal hygiene packs

  • First aid supplies

  • Referrals & connections to other resources

  • HIV & STD testing and counseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless & runaway youth

YOUTH CENTER

 

A safe, non-judgmental space for homeless and runaway youth offering a welcoming and age-appropriate environment away from the dangers of the street.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Access to shelter/laundry services

  • Warm meals

  • Peer support

  • California IDs & birth certificates

  • Employment/education assistance

  • Case management services

  • Creative workshops

  • Therapeutic groups

  • Crisis intervention

  • Drop-in counseling

  • Mental health respite

  • Support groups

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless & runaway youth

COST

  • Free

 

REFERRAL PROCESS

 

Inpatient Services

Services provided in a hospital where a person stays overnight either because there is a psychiatric emergency or because the person needs mental health treatment that can only be done in the hospital. Admission can be voluntary or involuntary. 

ELIGIBILITY

If you have mental illness or symptoms of mental illness and you cannot be safely treated at a lower level of care, and, because of the mental illness or symptoms of mental illness, you: 

  • Represent a current danger to yourself or others, or significant property destruction 

  • Are prevented from providing for or using food, clothing or shelter 

  • Present a severe risk to your physical health 

  • Have a recent, significant deterioration in ability to function, and 

  • Need psychiatric evaluation, medication treatment, or other treatment that can only be provided in the hospital. 

 

Voluntary admission

An individual agrees to go into and/or stay in the hospital. 

 

Involuntary admission 

Hospitals may keep an individual for up to 72 hours without their permission. Hospitals can do this when the hospital thinks you are likely to harm yourself or someone else and that you are unable to take care of your own food, housing and clothing needs. The hospital will tell you in writing what they are doing and what your rights are. If doctors think you need to stay for more than 72 hours, you have the right to a lawyer and a hearing before a judge. The hospital will tell you how to ask for this. 

 

ACCESSING INPATIENT SERVICES

An emergency is a serious mental or emotional problem such as: 

  • When a person is a danger to himself, herself, or others because of what seems like a mental illness, or 

  • When a person cannot get or use the food, shelter, or clothing they need because of what seems like a mental illness.

 

In an emergency, call 9-1-1 or take the person to a hospital emergency room. 

PATIENTS’ RIGHTS & PRIVACY 

Whenever an individual is involuntarily detained in a hospital setting, California law affords specific legal protections and the availability of a knowledgeable advocate to speak on behalf of the detained consumer.  A Consumers Self-Help Patients' Rights advocate will present the expressed interests of the client in Certification Review hearings and various other legal procedures which may occur routinely or which are requested by the client. Whenever a client in the local system feels their rights are being infringed upon or even denied, that consumer can request review of the instance and a thorough investigation will be done. 

 

Patient’s Rights Advocates are available for assistance in completing forms and resolving a Grievance, Appeal, and State Fair Hearing. A Patient’s Rights Advocate can also help with questions about your rights.

For assistance: 

  • Call the Sacramento County Mental Health Plan’s 24-hour, toll-free phone number (888) 881-4881. 

  • You may also call the Patient’s Right Advocate (916) 333-3800. 

  • If that does not solve your problem, you may call the State of California’s Ombudsman for help:

Phone

(800) 896-4042 - CA Only

(916) 654-3890 

(800) 896-2512 TTY
 

Fax

(916) 653-9194
 

Email

ombudsman@dmh.ca.gov 

LGBTQ+ RESOURCES

The following organizations and programs provide support to Sacramento County's LGBTQ+ communities.

 

Audre's Emporium of New Tomorrows

PHONE: (916) 601-2979 | WEBSITE

Offers two shared housing sites for LGBTQ youth and young adults overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Housing for LGBTQ+ youth and young adults

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ+ youth and young adults (18-21) that are overcoming homelessness and are survivors of crime

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Frequently Asked Questions

Gender Health Center Counseling Services

2020 29TH ST., #201, SACRAMENTO, CA 95817 | PHONE: (916) 455--2391 | WEBSITE

HOURS: By appointment only; no walk-ins

Offers counseling and support groups, as well as healthcare support to Queer and Transgender communities.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Queer-informed narrative therapy

  • Individual, relational, and family counseling

ELIGIBILITY

  • Queer & Transgender community members

  • Queer and Transgender People of Color

  • Open to all ages

COST

  • Sliding-scale, no one turned away for a lack of funds

  • Insurance not accepted

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Appointment only; Call (916) 455-2391

Q-Spot

1015 20TH ST., SACRAMENTO, CA 95811 | PHONE: (916) 442-0185, EXT. 107 | WEBSITE

HOURS: Daily | 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Provides drop-in mental health respite care to LGBTQ youth (13-23). 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Computer Lab & WiFi

  • LGBTQ+ Library

  • Art Projects

  • Life-Skills Workshop

  • HIV/HCV Testing

  • Crisis Intervention

  • Support Groups

  • Homeless youth services

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (13-23)

  • Identify as LGBTQ

 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in

Sacramento LGBT Center Crime Victims Services 

PHONE: (916) 442-0185 ext. 126 | EMAIL | WEBSITE

Provides support to community members who have been victims of discrimination, harassment, violence, trafficking, hate crimes, or other physical, emotional, or financial abuse. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Reporting Assistance

  • Legal Aid

  • Mental Health Support

  • Emergency Shelter

  • Q-Spot Youth Center

  • Youth Transitional Housing

  • Additional Services Available: Crisis intervention, Victim Compensation Assistance, Employment Assistance, Housing Navigation, & Life Skills Workshops

ELIGIBILITY

  • Community members who have been victims of discrimination, harassment, violence, trafficking, hate crimes, or other physical, emotional, or financial abuse.

 

COST

  • Services are free and available to all eligible community members regardless of immigration status

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Drop-in Service

Trans Lifeline

PHONE: (877) 565-8860 | WEBSITE

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides anonymous and confidential support to trans people, and their friends and family.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based peer support 

  • Linkage to resources

  • Microgrants to support trans and nonbinary people

ELIGIBILITY

  • Trans, nonbinary and questioning

  • Friends and family of Trans, nonbinary and questioning people (ask for the Friends/Family hotline when calling)

  • All ages 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for immediate peer support

  • Visit the website for additional resources

Trevor Project Crisis Services

PHONE: (866) 488-7386 | TEXT: TEXT "START" TO 678-678 | CHATWEBSITE

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides crisis support and services to LGBTQ youth through a safe, accepting and inclusive environment over the phone, online and through text.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24/7 phone-based crisis intervention and suicide prevention

  • Instant messaging service

  • Text-based support and crisis intervention

ELIGIBILITY

  • LGBTQ young people under age 25

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

 

OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Outpatient services, such as counseling & psychotherapy are available for members of the Sacramento County Mental Health Plan.

Outpatient services may include:

  • Counseling and psychotherapy 

  • Medication support services

  • Case Management

  • Assessments

  • Plan Development

  • Evaluations and monitoring

Prior authorization is required for outpatient, non-emergency services.

Please contact the Access Team at (916) 875-1055 or toll free at (888) 881-4881 for availability, accommodation needs and referral to the listed providers. Deaf and hard of hearing individuals may contact the Access Team by TTY/TDD at (916) 876-8892 or California Relay 711. For more information about Sacramento County's Provider List, please contact 

What does the Access Team do?

  • Provides Sacramento County residents with referrals or linkages to authorized specialty mental health services

  • Determines eligibility for services based on referral information and by conducting a brief phone screening in the individual’s primary language. (Medical necessity, Medi-Cal, etc.)

What is the process to get outpatient services?

  1. Call the Access Team: (916)-875-1055 / (888) 881-4881

  2. The Access Team will conduct an assessment to determine the level of service needed.

  3. The Access Team will give you the provider’s name and telephone number. 

  4. The provider will contact you to set up an appointment after the Access Team has authorized services.

 

Access Brochure

Online Service Request Form

PARENT SUPPORT

Parent support services provide education, resources and support to parents including respite care, housing assistance, mental health services, group support, and system navigation.

 

Black Mothers United

4625 44TH ST., ROOM 13, SACRAMENTO, CA 95820 | PHONE: (916) 558-4812 | WEBSITE 

HOURS: Monday - Friday | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Provides education, resources, and support to expectant African American women living in Sacramento County in an effort to ensure smooth, safe, and healthy pregnancies.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Pregnancy coaching

  • Mommy Mingles support group

  • Transportation support

  • Pregnancy & health education

  • Social service and basic need referrals

ELIGIBILITY

  • Must live in Sacramento County

  • Expectant African American women

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for more information

Crisis Nursery

NORTH: 4533 PASADENA AVE., SACRAMENTO, CA 95821| PHONE: (916) 679-3600 | WEBSITE 

SOUTH: 6699 SOUTH LAND PARK DR., SACRAMENTO, CA 95831 | PHONE: (916) 394-2000

Parents can bring their children ages 0-5 to one of two Sacramento nurseries for emergency childcare services or overnight care during difficult times or a crisis*.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Emergency childcare services provided 24 hours a day, 365 days a year  (Children may stay up to 30-days)

  • Crisis Intervention services and case management support for the family

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Children ages newborn to five

  • Children of parents experiencing a crisis

  • Does not serve foster children or children requiring excessive one-to-one supervision

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for appointment and space availability

  • High priority cases get preference

  • Waitlist available

*Examples include:

  • A sudden illness or accident

  • Feelings of desperation or helplessness

  • Emotional distress or frustration

  • Domestic violence

  • Homelessness

  • Drug or alcohol treatment

  • A medical or mental health situation

  • Employment or housing situation

The Source

PHONE/TEXT: (916) SUPPORT | (916) 787-7678 | CHAT | FACEBOOKWEBSITE | EMAIL

Provides urgent response support to foster youth, including former foster youth (up to age 26) and resource families who are experiencing a crisis or who are struggling. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Urgent crisis support (in-person)

  • Support by phone, text or chat (24/7)

  • Case management

  • Mental health services

  • Referrals

  • Respite activities

ELIGIBILITY

  • Families in crisis or struggling

  • Caregivers of foster youth

  • Youth (up to age 26)

  • Current or former foster youth (up to age 26) in crisis or struggling

 

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

Waking the Village

PHONE: (916) 601-2979 | WEBSITE

Offers several housing programs to help Sacramento’s homeless, parenting youth and their children.

THE DOORWAY

The Doorway is a rapid rehousing program funded by HUD and run in partnership with Wind Youth Services.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Offers up to 2 years of housing and support

  • Intensive coaching

ELIGIBILITY

  • Homeless youth (18-24) that are pregnant and parenting

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for services

TUBMAN HOUSE

Tubman House provides young parents with a holistic program centered on youth development, strengthening physical & mental health, educational attainment, career development, and financial management so that they leave prepared to be leaders in their own lives & leaders in the lives of their children and community. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • 24 months of housing and support

  • On-site child development program

  • 24-month action plan

  • Career counseling

  • Linkage to mental health services

ELIGIBILITY

Homeless, parenting youth and their children

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

 

PHONE SUPPORT

The following mental health services and support accessible by phone, either by call or text. These services and supports offer immediate assistance, and counseling, as well as connection to local resources.

Amala Youth Hopeline Call-In/Text-In Services

PHONE: (855) 952-6252 | WEBSITE

HOURS: Call-in: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday | 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM  

             Text: Wednesday | 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

A free, confidential and HIPAA compliant peer counseling service for Muslim Youth. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Phone/Text Peer Counseling

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Muslim Youth

COST

Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

​Call for immediate support

California Youth Crisis Line

PHONE: (800) 843-5200 | WEBSITE

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

A statewide emergency response system for youth (12-24) and families in crisis.

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Phone Support

  • Crisis intervention counseling

  • Resource referrals

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • Youth (12-24) 

COST

Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

​Call for immediate support

Consumer Operated Warm Line

720 HOWE AVE., #102, SACRAMENTO, CA 95825 | PHONE: (916) 366-4668 | WEBSITE

Hours: Monday - Friday | 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Non-crisis phone line offering supportive listening, referrals to mental health resources, and more!

    • Support services offered in the following languages: ​ English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Russian, Chinese, Hmong, and Sinhala

  • Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP) groups

ELIGIBILITY

  • No eligibility requirements

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call for assistance

Crisis Text Line

TEXT: Text HOME to 741741 | WEBSITE | FACEBOOK MESSENGER

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides crisis support for any crisis through text message and Facebook messenger. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Phone/Text Crisis Counseling

 

ELIGIBILITY

  • None

COST

Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

​Call for immediate support

Suicide Prevention Line

PHONE: (916) 368-3111 | (800) 273-TALK (8255) | (800) SUICIDE (7842433) | CHAT | WEBSITE

TEXT: Text the word HOPE to (916) 668-iCAN (4226)

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides immediate support to people of all ages who are experiencing depression, hopelessness, loneliness, desperation, and/or are considering suicide. 

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Suicide prevention crisis phone line

  • Crisis Chat and Texting (not meant for emergent life-threatening situations)

  • Information and Resources

ELIGIBILITY

  • Individuals experiencing depression, hopelessness, alone, desperate, considering suicide

  • Individuals concerned about a friend or loved one who is suicidal

COST

  • Free

REFERRAL PROCESS

  • Call, text, or chat for support

The Source Support Line for Youth

PHONE: (916) SUPPORT | (916) 787-7678 | CHAT | FACEBOOKWEBSITE | EMAIL

HOURS: 24-hours/day, 7-days/week

Provides urgent support to resource families and current or former foster youth during times of crisis and struggle.